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Ls to Book Page. It is a collection of essays, observations and basic Satanic rituals, and outlines LaVey’s Satanic ideology. It contains the core principles of LaVeyan Satanism and is considered the foundation of the philosophy and dogma that constitute Satanism. Paperbackpages. Published December 1st by Avon first published Xataniques 1st To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

To ask other readers questions about The Satanic Ritualsplease sign up. The Satanic Rituals doesn’t sound like The Satanic Bible, it even has commandments to follow such as it demands study. And it contradicts the Satanic Bible- “the satanic rituals- Up is down, pleasure is pain And so these two books are fighting with each other.

How can this book be The Satanlques Bible companion?

See 2 questions about The Sataniquss Rituals…. Lists with This Book. Apr 25, Christy Stewart rated it really liked it Shelves: A fine book, yadda yadda, my only comment is I see rituals for the Call of Cthulhu all the time, but why never a Call of Barbie ritual?

Cthulhu sataniquea been able to help me with my hair nor catch a boyfriend. Jun 23, Thomas rated it it was ok. View all 3 comments. Jul 29, Michael ahton it did not like it Shelves: One of these rituals was lifted word for word from H. Well’s Island of Doctor Moreau.

Mar 02, Francesca Calarco rated it did not like it. So this book was given to me as a gag xmas gift from my sister’s non-practicing Jewish boyfriend, because he heard I was reading the Christian bible. So I read it as unbiased as humanly possible, and it was a pretty terrible hot mess. I suppose in its defense, “The Satanic Rituals” does set out to denounce how organized religion can be manipulated to create unhealthy dichotomies of ‘us’ versus ‘them.

LaVey also dedicates this volume to the active process of ritual as a means of using magic to invoke intense feelings of liberation. Rituals function as events instilling socially recognized changes within participating individuals. The participant enters into the ritual, undergoes a state of liminality, and then reemerges into society as a newly changed person.

I believe the goal here is to achieve some semblance of existential freedom. So here is where things go terribly wrong with “The Satanic Rituals” – these rituals are dumb, so so dumb.

The source material used for the spoken word components of these “rituals” are gathered from other better traditions and authors, mostly H.


To say that LaVey is a totally rabid fanboy would be an understatement. By drawing references from “history” a term used loosely and other revered authors, LaVey does his best to legitimize some weird, niche larping.

The content is not just weird, the prose is also god-awful har har. It is all delivered with heavy handed pseudo-intellectualism and needlessly represents chants in both English and their alleged originating languages including French, German, and poorly romanized Russian. This use of multiple languages is obviously a ploy to up the page count to fill out a bound volume resembling a book. However, the use of languages also reveals something abhorrently apparent: Until the ‘s, Roman Catholic masses were conduced in Latin with the priest facing the alter and his back to the actual people.

This created a rift in terms of who had direct access to information, with the religious institutions monopolizing the power to distill knowledge and interpretation of scripture to the people. The poor use of other languages in the “The Satanic Rituals” tries to legitimize itself the same way the church did 60 years ago. You cannot criticize an institution and then turn around and use a component of what you are criticizing to legitimize your own schlock.

Perhaps the gravest cardinal sin that this volume commits though, is that it was mind-numbingly boring. I thought it would at least be ironically funny, but no, it disappointed at every turn. Lovecraft could not have wanted this. Jan 03, C rated it it was amazing. The phony Latin was a little off putting. Unfortunately it broke the suspension of disbelief for me in LaVey’s personal credibility as an authority of Occult history. He was a known charlatan after all. Nonetheless, the book puts forward a good foundation for modern Satanic ritual.

Sep 29, Bert Zee rated it liked it. For the satanist highly skilled in satanic rituals I’m sure this book would be very useful, I however am not very skilled so I shall be sticking to simple black mass Interesting history of satanism in different cultures though.

The Satanic Rituals

Jun sataniqjes, Michael rated it really liked it Recommends it for: LaVey offers nine ritual scripts, together with introductory passages explaining their mythic and historical significance, to a public that evidently had no idea what to do with them. This makes sense, given the latter-era Church lavry Satan policy that ritual magic was simply “psychodrama,” and had that always been the CoS position, this book would make little sense indeed.

Certainly, most of the historical background for the rituals is antpn fashioned from whole cloth, and therefore hardly a guide to the tradition of the Left Hand Path. But the oes itself stems from a rich period of creativity and experiment in the Church’s history, and it can be seen in that light. Certain of the rituals have been adopted by serious anto groups since eg: Often ignored, but of especial importance, is the brief theoretical treatise at the end, “The Unknown Known,” which suggests a new Satanic Calendar based on the Norse concept of fire and ice and the number nine, central to the Left Hand Path.

As the culmination of the CoS’s most creative minds and times, this book may well fire flames of inspiration for those who have eyes to read for generations to come.


Feb 07, Dr. Lavey’s writings clearly contradict their literary meanings between the Satanic Bible and this companion to it.

For example, Lavey argued in his first book that Satanism is not about God’s adversary as deity. In fact, he argued that Satanism is basically a humanistic system with narcissistic indulgences being praised as ultimate values. However, in the Rituals text, Lavey clearly and abundantly cited all referential names of Lucifer in the ceremonial rituals such as Beelzebub, Satan, “The Devil” Lavey’s writings clearly contradict their literary meanings between the Satanic Bible and this companion to it.

However, in the Rituals text, Lavey clearly and abundantly cited all referential names of Lucifer in the ceremonial rituals such as Beelzebub, Satan, “The Devil”, and the “Dark Lord”. Furthermore, he encourages followers to recite “Man is God”, a parallel statement made by Nietzsche in his famous work “Thus Spoke Zarathustra” when Zarathustra announced “God is dead”.

In essence, Lavey’s writings had clever undertones and illusions that camouflaged his true agendas. Therefore, this work is intellectually insulting and undermines value of a genuinely up-building religion. Jul 29, Diane B.

The Satanic Rituals by Anton Szandor LaVey

This was the other one I bought that just vanished antom thin air. I was kind of surprised this was even sataniquea, as what does an atheistic philosophy need ritual for?

I’m ritudls it was mostly written for the shock factor, not for actual use. Sadly, this probably contributed to the theories that LaVey was actually a Traditional Satanist. Jun 04, Kathryn rated it did not like it. I tried to read this, to be fair to all ‘religions’ in this quest of mine, but this crap to steal a phrase reads like stereo instructions. I kinda hoped this would give an overview of the Religion before plunging you into the rituals, but he’s just a bad writer too.

Jan 27, Wes Young rated it liked it.

Oh wait, neither book has “umph! This is more of the same. Honestly, not nearly as interesting as LaVey’s life itself. If his parents only had a conceptional calendar they could have planned to birthed him on Halloween instead of LaVey having to forge his birth certificate.

May 27, Collin Ouellette rated it it was amazing. Incredibly interesting as “spiritual theater”. I personally loved the “Call to Cthulhu”, where he literally writes a prayer to a nonexistent deity.

This is a tongue and cheek jab at the superstitious nature of religion and as a whole contains some interesting pieces of writing. This book takes no spell, incantation, tarot card, astrology sign or the repeated “Ave Satanas” seriously. Its make believe, like every single other “holy book” except satanism doesn’t demand a tithe.

Oct 17, Nate rated it liked it. To be fair it isn’t really necessary to read this to understand Satanism. That is made clear if you check out the churches website. However it offers some interest invite to the ritual aspect more in depth than the Satanic Bible does.